(Releads, adds fund manager, CEO on Phoenix) By Mark Thompson and Jan Schwartz FRANKFURT/HANOVER, March 30 (Reuters) - Continental AG unsettled investors on Tuesday by warning it may face charges for restructuring its loss-making U.S. tyre unit after meeting expectations with a 23 percent rise in 2003 core profits. Shares in Continental , the world's fourth largest tyre maker, led decliners on a weaker blue-chip DAX index , trading 1.8 percent lower at 31 euros by 1038 GMT. Dealers ...
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